WWE could pair Baron Corbin with Roman Reigns for Night of Champions

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Corbin mystery

Baron Corbin could be the mystery man to be partnered with Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose as they prepare to take on The Wyatt Family at Night of Champions.

Images doing the rounds on social media imply that Corbin could be the man who gets the nod, with it being rumoured that the WWE accidentally posted an image including the 30-year-old on their official website, before changing it.

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We’ll have more on that speculation as it comes through, though it may be a while before official confirmation is offered.

New star confirmation?

In other news it looks like it’s been confirmed that Rich Swann will join the organisation, with UK wrestling company Revolution Pro stating that Swann is unavailable for their upcoming shows due to WWE commitments.

That follows mass speculation that he would be joining, though up until now there’s been no concrete evidence.

Cesaro injury

Last but not least it’s been claimed that WWE star Cesaro has been wrestling recently whilst still injured.

The 34-year-old had his ribs taped up for his match against The Miz at the weekend’s live event in Virginia, though it was the same at SmackDown when he took on Sheamus.

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